Projects are the main ‘container’ in Markup. They contain a readme, data (like notes, images, videos, and files), and tags, highlights, and insights. There’s no limit on how many projects you can have in Markup.
What to use a project for
Depending on the type of data you have and how you work, a single project could represent many things. For example, a project could contain:
Customer interviews – each note is a single interview.
Usability testing sessions – each note is a recording and transcript from a session.
User feedback – each note is a piece of feedback from a user.
Survey responses – each note is an individual response.
Multiple research methods – each group is a method.
Create a new project from Dovetail's templates to see how we've structured projects for different types of research.
Navigate a project
Projects have seven main sections, all accessible via the sidebar:
Readme – an overview of your project. New visitors land here.
Notes – views with groups of notes containing text, images, audio, video, etc.
Tags – boards with groups of tags.
Highlights – a table showing all highlights with filtering and sorting controls.
Insights – draft and published insights for this project.
Views - see and analyze your project data in different layouts.
Charts – tags or tag groups displayed as a bar chart, pie chart, treemap, or radar chart.
Settings – archive, delete, manage access, export, trash etc.